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The Art of shooting Urban Skylines

From Montreal to Chicago and San Francisco passing by Hong Kong, Sidney and Kuala Lumpur, there are hundreds of beautiful skylines in the world. With each city featuring a specific architecture and unique natural surroundings, a skyline is a city’s visual signature. In essence, capturing skylines is all about creating a fingerprint of a city;…

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7 Essential Android Applications for Professional Photographers

With the explosion of the tablet and smart phones market in the last few years, it has never been so easy to take pictures, enhance and share them directly from your smart device. This process has been improving quickly, thanks to the release of new apps. Most apps are geared towards making smartphone pictures more…

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Exploring Montreal: Snowy Christmas Eve at The Montreal Botanical Garden

As a gift to all of the readers following this blog, I thought I’d share with you a new series of pictures. Winter in Montreal is an experience in itself, and as harsh as the weather may be at times, it’s also the perfect time of the year to discover local landmarks from another perspective….

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Just Off The Press: Covers for PhotoLife and PhotoSolution Magazine

I’m pleased to share with you the covers from the PhotoLife and PhotoSolution magazines featuring my photos of  Toronto skyline and Montreal Skyline highlighting an article I wrote about urban skylines photography.   The process of writing is an exciting one. Finding the right approach of sharing my knowledge is a challenging one but rewarding…

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Understanding Diptychs: When two is better than one

So you’d like to start doing diptychs? Dipt-what?? What’s that? Let’s forget Google or Wikipedia for the history lesson and dip into the specifics. WHAT’S A DIPTYCH?!? A diptych is a subtle pairing of two photographs either side by side or one above the other with a specific relationship between them. Through analogies, associations, repetitions…

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Exploring New York City: Blue Hour on NYC Skyline from Gantry Plaza State Park, Long Island, Queens

I love New York! Every trip to this city is filled with excitement and an opportunity to discover new locations to photograph. So what was my excuse for being there this time? Well, rejoicing with some actors friends and attending the NYC Fotoworks portfolio review. As a professional photographer, one of the key element for success…

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Exploring New York City: A walk on The Highline Park with the Nikon D800, Chelsea, NYC

On my last trip to NYC, while attending a portfolio review at the NYCFotoworks event, I had the pleasure to spend two evenings at the highline park located between the Garment district and Chelsea district in NYC. Built on an former elevated rail line  above the streets of Manhattan, the park was founded in 1999…

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Pro Tips: How to create a simple low key dramatic portrait

  Looking to create a dramatic portrait using simple lighting? look no further… This week’, we’ll be exploring how to create just that using a simple lighting setup…. enjoy! 1. Light Setup This light setup is pretty straightforward. Background is a black seamless and the talent, Olivier, stands about 4-5 feet in front of it….

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